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Moscow Trials, Great Terror

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The Revolution Betrayed
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In the annals of political literature, few works have withstood the test of time so well as Leon Trotsky's The Revolution Betrayed. More than 70 years after its initial publication, its analysis of the structure and dynamics of Soviet society and of the Soviet Union remains unsurpassed. Learn More
Stalin's Terror Bundle
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The Stalin’s Terror Bundle includes writings by Russian Marxist historian Vadim Rogovin on the Great Terror. Rogovin demonstrates that the purges of 1937-1938 were aimed at exterminating all those who had any connection to the socialist traditions of the 1917 Revolution. Learn More
The Suppression of Philosophy in the USSR (The 1920s & 1930s)
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Originally published in Russian in 1981, this unique history of early Soviet philosophy is now available for the first time in English, translated by Frederick Choate.

Yehoshua Yakhot (1919-2003) was a professor of philosophy in the Soviet Union until forced to emigrate to Israel in 1975. While in emigration, he finished writing the book begun in Moscow years before.

Yakhot’s book is essential reading for an understanding of the counter-revolutionary role of Stalinism and its devastating impact on every aspect of Soviet thought. Rare among works dealing with this period, Yakhot presents an objective account of the theoretical role of the major figures in the early Soviet Union—including, most significantly, that of Leon Trotsky, co-leader with Lenin of the Russian Revolution of October 1917.

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Stalin's Terror of 1937-1938: Political Genocide in the USSR (paperback)
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This volume examines the bloodiest period of the Stalinist repression of political opposition in the Soviet Union, debunking the myth that the Great Purges were merely the product of Stalin's paranoia and had no overriding political logic. Through a meticulous examination of original sources, including archival documents only made available for research in the 1990s, Professor Vadim Rogovin argues that the ferocity of the mass repression was directly proportional to the intensity of resistance to Stalin within the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), particularly the opposition inspired by and associated with the exiled Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky. Learn More
Stalin's Terror of 1937-1938: Political Genocide in the USSR (cloth bound)
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This volume examines the bloodiest period of the Stalinist repression of political opposition in the Soviet Union, debunking the myth that the Great Purges were merely the product of Stalin's paranoia and had no overriding political logic. Through a meticulous examination of original sources, including archival documents only made available for research in the 1990s, Professor Vadim Rogovin argues that the ferocity of the mass repression was directly proportional to the intensity of resistance to Stalin within the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), particularly the opposition inspired by and associated with the exiled Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky. Learn More
1937: Stalin's Year of Terror
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A major work of original historical research, 1937 provides a detailed and penetrating analysis of the causes and consequences of Stalin's purges.

The author, an eminent Russian Marxist historian, argues that it is impossible to understand these tragic events apart from Stalin's determination to wipe out all vestiges of the socialist opposition to his regime, above all, that associated with Leon Trotsky. Learn More
I Stake My Life
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Trotsky subjects Stalin's accusations at the Moscow Trials to withering attack. The text of this speech was prepared for a 1937 mass rally at the Hippodrome in New York City which Trotsky planned to address by telephone hookup. At the last minute the phone connection was disrupted, so the text was read aloud to the audience of 6,600. Learn More
The Red Book
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Written in 1936 by Trotsky's eldest son and closest political collaborator, this book was a meticulous exposure of the first Moscow Trial ("Trial of the Sixteen") organized by Stalin to justify the liquidation of the surviving leaders of the October Revolution. Learn More
Stalin's Gangsters
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This book contains articles and speeches written by Trotsky against the Soviet secret police between the raid on Trotsky's house in Coyoàcan, Mexico on May 24, 1940, and his assassination on August 20. Major articles include: "Stalin Seeks My Death" and "The Comintern and the GPU." Learn More
Behind the Moscow Trial
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Writing in 1936, Schactman thoroughly exposed Stalin's first great frame-up trial at which the Soviet bureaucracy began the physical destruction of the entire Bolshevik old guard. Learn More
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